The next few months will do much to shape the future of Zimbabwe. After almost four decades of Robert Mugabe’s rule the country is preparing for summer elections and, just maybe, a new political and economic era. The man in power and favourite to retain it is ZanuPF veteran Emmerson Mnangagwa. HARDtalk’s Stephen Sackur speaks to his most prominent challenger, Nelson Chamisa, new leader of the opposition movement for democratic change. Who is best placed to fix Zimbabwe’s deep-seated problems? Less
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